Hello! I'm a senior in high school for the 2016-17 year and I wish to become a Nurse Practitioner. For undergraduate school, I may be able to either:1.) Go to a community college on a full ride for my Associate's in Applied Science, take the NCLEX-RN, and then transfer to earn my BSN in the next two years (where I most likely will not be offered a plethora of scholarship money)OR2.) Go to a four-year college on a full-ride and take the NCLEX-RN Subsequent to either of these routes toward a BSN, I plan on matriculation into a BSN-MSN program in hopes of becoming an NP. However, I know most graduate programs require at least one year of experience as an RN.I am conflicted and quite honestly confused at the decision I should make. I am not sure whether I should:1.) Graduate with my Associate's at the community college level, then go on to earn a Bachelor's; pile up more debt but in turn, allow myself to gain RN experience that may help and push me ahead of the curve as an NP (as I may be able to work part time as an RN while completing my BSN).OR2.) Earn a BSN debt free, but enter a BSN-MSN program with no experience working as an RN. OR 3.) Earn a BSN debt free, but take a year off school to work as an RN before enrolling in a BSN-MSN program. Honestly, while the third option may seem more practical, for myself it is not so much as desireable. I know that if I work as an RN for a year, I may be content with my standing and not want to go back to school and further my education. Even if I still have the motivation, I would like to finish school as quickly as possible while obtaining the most knowledge of the field. So I guess I have quite a few questions here. 1.) If you became a Nurse Practitioner without RN work experience, how did you do in the work place? Were employers reluctant to hire? 2.) If you became Nurse Practitioner without RN experience, which school did you attend for your MSN? 3.) If you became a Nurse Practitioner with RN work experience, how do you think it has benefitted you?4.) In your opinion: a longer period of time to become an NP and more experience and more debt? A shorter period of time to become an NP, less experience and less debt? (This is an extremely ridiculous question, I know, but I need the most help and opinion that I can get)5.) Any other advice for someone faced with the decision in which I am?I'm sorry if this was a lengthy question or if the details were a little confusing. If anyone needs clarification of anything please let me know. I am just completely conflicted with a decision that I will make in the next 6 or 7 months that will affect my educational path for the next 6 or 7 years.Thank you so much for all ofyour time! I appreciate it beyond measure!